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Fareham — Jul 14th 2018

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12 people attended the Fareham meeting when Tony Still gave us a talk on iPad, My iPad.

This talk was about personalising the iPad so you can work the way you prefer.

He noted that iOS 11 was a big step and made the iPad more of complete computer and less of a big screen phone.

He showed us how you could personalise the Desktop Wallpaper with some personal details, like… Read more…

Dorchester — Jul 10th 2018

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Euan showed us that Text Edit is a surprisingly powerful and useful application; a capable word processing app with full formatting facilities, tabs, tables, grammar and spell checking — capable of creating and editing plain text, rich text and HTML. It will open and save documents in a number of word processor formats. He drew particular attention to three menu items: File > Revert to… which offers a Time Machine style history of each… Read more…

Beaminster — Jul 3rd 2018

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The non appearance of a projector & screen was quickly got over when Mick produced his projector & Stan popped home to get his screen. Big thank you to both for rescuing things!

A smaller than usual number of members 11, (I blame England's World Cup game! ) came along to our July meeting to hear Mick give a presentation on the basics of filling system for macOS and the new files app in… Read more…

Salisbury — Jun 26th 2018

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For our June meeting we made a movie, a Stop-Motion Movie.

Everyone took part by moving our star “Claris the Crocadile (a large cuddly toy)”

Claris was gradually moved around the tables while a photograph was taken after each move, about 25 photos to create the action.

During the break the camera photos were be downloaded to Photos and made into a slideshow, then save as… Read more…

Bournemouth — Jun 19th 2018

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This meeting started in alfresco style as a group of 12 assembled in the sunshine outside of ‘All Fired Up’, a handwritten notice on the door assuring us that someone was ‘on her way’. For some of us, the assumption that this meant she was headed our way on this particular day at around this time seemed rather optimistic but, happily, it turned out to be well founded.

Furniture… Read more…

Dorchester — Jun 12th 2018

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Mick talked us through the basic file structure on the Mac starting at the “top level” Hard Drive. He advised that other than Users and Applications, leave well alone. The Finder is the heart of the Mac system and Mick took us through Finder Preferences. He ran through the default files under any user and explained that the Application folder here is normally empty as any app there would be accessible only by… Read more…

Fareham — Jun 9th 2018

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9 people attended the Fareham meeting on 9th June at the New Venue of Portchester Parish Hall.

There was a bit of confusion initially because a group of Ladies were having a meeting in the room we were booked in, but the larger hall was empty so we used that instead. There ensued about 10 minutes of discovering where the electrics and controls were, the most important one being the electrically driven blinds for… Read more…

Beaminster — Jun 5th 2018

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Although the subject of this evening’s meeting was not a very glamorous one, it was designed to get people to take a closer look at System Preferences on their macs. This is what Michael did, going through each of the 8 preferences on the top row of the System Preferences pane. Some, like the ones for the Dock, Mission Control, and Spotlight revealed useful ways of getting things the way you want… Read more…

Salisbury — May 29th 2018

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Some people have trouble with passwords, myself included, what is a user name? what’s an admin password? why is your Apple ID so important?

So we asked Mick to explain things.

He first explained the use of passwords after helping some people having trouble out theirs.

He then explained the principles of Apple ID and password usually “password pairs” that is your username most likely… Read more…

Bournemouth — May 15th 2018

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14 members gathered at ‘All Fired Up’ to hear John Ansell talk about Safari, and what actually happens when you open a web page - rather more than you might have thought!

Having explained the various component parts of a web address or URL, John went on to describe what happens when you hit return. In response to the request from your browser, the website replies with an HTML file for the… Read more…
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